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As a self-proclaimed perfectionist, Sand Creek Elementary first-grade teacher Robin Schumacher admits she’s uncomfortable with change. But opening herself up not only to change but to mistakes proved contagious; her students felt comfortable … more
Kate Muus was a 16-year-old Douglas County High School student when she lost one of her friends to suicide. The Castle Rock resident now is the mother of a 2-year-old, but her heart is still with the students at DCHS. Four Douglas County teens … more
The suspect in a high-speed chase that ended in Douglas County faces 26 criminal charges, including attempted first-degree murder. Ryan Cole Stone, 28, was arrested March 12 after crashing the last of three stolen vehicles into an unsuspecting … more
An argument between two co-workers in the kitchen of the Lone Tree Qdoba triggered a stabbing that hospitalized one man and led to the other's arrest. Thomas Javon Alston, 22, of Centennial, was held on charges of first-degree assault, criminal … more
Colorado's long-underfunded public school system would receive an additional $300 million in funding and increased per-pupil dollars, under a pair of school finance bills that cleared a House committee on March 19. However, the battle over how … more
Mountain Vista High School’s journalism program continues to gain recognition. Senior Taylor Blatchford, co-editor of the program, was named Colorado High School Student Journalist of the Year by the Colorado High School Press Association. She … more
Centennial resident John Bauer describes the surgery that eased his Parkinson's disease symptoms as a small miracle. “I have an increase in energy and just feel overall better,” said the 66-year-old, diagnosed with the disease 10 years ago. … more
With completion set for later this year, Douglas County is busy finishing up remodeling and expansion projects for its jail. The implementation of a medical services building is one of the more significant additions to the detention facility, a … more
The City of Lone Tree rewarded two of its longtime employees with recent promotions. Former community development director Steve Hebert now is deputy city manager. And Kelly First, previously the city's planning manager, now assumes Hebert's … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman visited the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce March 19 and brought with him Rep. Sam Graves, of Missouri, chairman of the House Small Business Committee. The two Republican lawmakers faced a fairly friendly crowd of … more
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